Called Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast, this special dining program will offer diners unique, delicious and affordably-priced dining choices. From Ponte Vedra southward through St. Augustine to Crescent Beach, some of the area’s most popular restaurants will be offering exciting, new menu options featuring the delicious culinary traditions of this historic coastal area of northeast Florida.
Participating restaurants offering Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast “Chef’s Choice” prix fixe, three-course meals include: 500 South at the Renaissance World Golf Village Resort, 619 Ocean View on Ponte Vedra Beach, Augustine Grille at Sawgrass Marriott, Aunt Kate’s on the Water, The Reef,Beaches on Vilano, Kingfish Grill at Camachee Harbor; Raintree Restaurant, Aviles Restaurant at Hilton Historic St. Augustine Bayfront, Sara’s Crepe Café, 95 Cordova at Casa Monica Hotel, The Tasting Room, Bistro de Leon, Creekside Dinery, Amici’s Italian Restaurant, Café Atlantico on St. Augustine Beach, Saltwater Cowboy’s, and South Beach Grill at Crescent Beach.
To learn more about the October 2011 Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast prix fixe dining celebration, including the prix fixe menus being offered, visit www.HistoricCoastFlavors.com or call1.800.494.1420.
Located mid-way between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast features 42 miles of unspoiled Atlantic beaches; the nations’ oldest city, St. Augustine; the elegant seaside resorts of Ponte Vedra; and some of the world’s best golfing opportunities.